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Hopes, Hodge bag best-player awards

Queensland's James Hopes has been named the Sheffield Shield Player of the Series for 2010-2011 at the State Cricket Awards in Hobart

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ICC Women's World Cup 2009

Bulow, Smith and Britt recalled

Melissa Bulow, Clea Smith and Kris Britt have returned to national reckoning after being named in the 30-member preliminary World Cup squad

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Australia women in New Zealand 2007-08

Australia axe Britt and Bulow

Kris Britt and Melissa Bulow have been dropped from Australia's 14-player squad as the side bid to retain the Rose Bowl while Renee Chappell and Delissa Kimmince are set to debut

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Women's National Cricket League

Breakers push further ahead

New South Wales extended their lead in the Women's National Cricket League with two comprehensive wins against Victoria

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Women's National Cricket League

Sthalekar stars in opening Breakers wins

Lisa Sthalekar and Alex Blackwell led New South Wales to a pair of victories to open their title defence on the first weekend of Women's National Cricket League action

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Australia v New Zealand, women's Twenty 20, Darwin

Britt stars in Australia's one-run win

Kris Britt celebrated her return to the Australia side with 39 from 35 balls and the winning run-out in a tense one-run victory over New Zealand at Darwin

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Australia v New Zealand, Women's Twenty20, Darwin

Three debutants in Australia's Twenty20 team

Kris Britt, Emma Sampson and Clea Smith have been included in Australia's team for their Twenty20 match against the New Zealand women at Darwin

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New Zealand in Australia, 2007

Australia call up 16-year-old NSW schoolgirl

Australia have named New South Wales' Ellyse Perry and South Australia's Kris Britt in a 13-member squad to play New Zealand in the Top End Series in July

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Fast bowler wins state award

Tait voted South Australia's best

Shaun Tait has been named South Australia's best player for 2006-07, capping off an excellent season in which he broke into Australia's one-day line-up